The 30-year-old internal medicine physician, author, and speaker shares the journey of her unexpected diagnosis and embracing the “Difficult Gifts” of a brain tumor at the 2021 ABTA National Conference, September 10-11.
MindMatters Stories: Newly Diagnosed
Steve Archibald, father, blogger, brain tumor survivor, and ABTA patient mentor, reveals the mental health challenges he experienced after treatment.
In his own words, Rick Franzo shares his brain tumor experience at the ABTA National Conference. Learn why Rick’s greatest takeaway from his journey is hope.
When you think of being a newlywed, what comes to mind? Laughter, love, spending forever with your partner—these are just a few things Amanda thought of. Cancer never crossed her mind.
What drives us to share our journey with a brain tumor diagnosis? The answer includes the physical and emotional benefits, and beyond. Dive deeper into this topic with the ABTA Patient Services Team and Steve, a nine-year brain tumor survivor.
The ABTA along with Co-Chair, Erin Dunbar, MD, Piedmont Brain Tumor Center, has designed a meeting to empower and equip newly diagnosed patients and caregivers with information and resources to make informed decisions throughout treatment and care.
Larry loved his fiery, redheaded wife, Lynn. But when Lynn was diagnosed with glioblastoma (GBM), he knew things had to change. It was his turn to take care of his wife and build a bigger boat for them both. In recognition of Caregiver Awareness Month, he wants to share his story.